Blockchain holding company Finom AG and its mining pool Nanopool today released FinMiner, a new service which allows users to manage their mining rigs. FinMiner is a next-gen miner that is easy to set up, ensures stable work and makes graphics card monitoring simple. The Windows version can be downloaded from GitHub or the website of the program itself, miner.finom.io.
The new program supports the Ethash, CryptoNight, and CryptoNightV7 algorithms, allowing users to mine any coins based on those algorithms, such as Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Monero, Electroneum and more – over 25 cryptocurrencies total.
FinMiner also helps users track the condition of their graphics cards in real time; for example, it displays their temperature, energy consumption in watts and performance.
The miner was developed for Windows. It currently supports Nvidia graphics cards, and in the near future will work with AMD as well. The program underwent thorough alpha-testing on Finom AG’s mining farm, followed by beta-testing with Nanopool’s users.
During testing, the miner demonstrated its high stability and performance, on par with the competition and sometimes higher. Its developers also tested FinMiner for AMD graphics cards and its adaptability to the Linux family.
[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”Alexander Barkovsky, Nanopool Founder and FinMiner Development Manager” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]”FinMiner solves the problem of difficult set-up and having to use a separate miner for each individual coin. Here users install a single client and with it mine various coins. The program has such simple file configuration that even newcomers can learn to use it quickly and start mining right away. The program currently supports two algorithms, but we plan to expand that list over time.”[/perfectpullquote]